Livio Radio Carmen
Carmen is a portable Internet radio player for use in a vehicle. Compatible with a Mac or PC, Carmen connects to the computer with a USB cable and, using the client software, records and stores content from more than 42,000 AM/FM and Internet-only radio stations streamed from around the world. Users may then connect it to a vehicle's 12V socket and play back the stored audio library through the car stereo using an open FM channel or auxiliary (AUX) input.
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